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Nokia launches the Asha 311, 305 and 306

6 Jun , 2012  

Today Nokia has announced three more Asha devices to further expand the affordable Asha series. This time we are talking about three brand new full touch phones. Yes, that’s right full touch S40 phones.

Nokia Asha 311

The most powerful of the bunch is the Asha 311 pictured above which sports a 3 inch LCD QVGA(320x240px) capacitive display powered by a 1GHz CPU. The connectivity features include Bluetooth, 3.5G and WiFi b/g. It also supports AV output trough the 3.5mm jack port. The Asha 311 has a 256MB internal user memory and supports micro-SD cards up to 32GB. Photography is handled by a 3.2MP fixed focus snapper.

Check out the video below for a preview of the Asha 311.

Nokia Asha 306

The Asha 306 pictured above sports a 3 inch LCD QVGA(320x240px) capacitive display but the CPU specs are still unknown. The connectivity features include Bluetooth, 2G(no 3G unfortunately) but now WiFi. It also supports AV output trough the 3.5mm jack port. The Asha 306 has a 64MB internal user memory and supports micro-SD cards up to 32GB. Photography is handled by a 2MP fixed focus snapper.

Check out the video below for a preview of the Asha 306.

Nokia Asha 305

The Asha 305 is the dual SIM version of the 306 so the specs are the same. The Asha 305 uses the easy swap SIM capability.

Check out the video below for a preview of the Asha 306

All three phones come with Nokia Maps and Nokia Life preinstalled and will benefit from a launch offer of 40 Electronic Arts games for free.

The new touch based Asha OS features a pull-down notification area just like Belle and the input is handled by a QWERTY on-screen keyboard available in both portrait and landscape orientations.

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